Apr 06

Welcome to Detention – LIVE, Episode 14

Hello Academaniacs! Welcome to the long-awaited return of Detention!   Detention is sponsored by BattleBards and Easy Roller Dice. In this episode, Matt & Scott and I are joined by Chris Burlew from The Redemption Podcast As usual, these episodes are a little more rough around the edges, with less editing to reflect a more conversational …

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Apr 05

Michael played Animal Upon Animal, with the minions!

  Animal Upon Animal   For this month I am reviewing Animal Upon Animal, designed by Klaus Miltenberger and published by HABA.  The game is in intended for 2-4 players and is recommended age is 4 and up. Each game lasts about 15 minutes. This was a recommendation from my twitter feed (@therpgacademy) when I had …

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Apr 04

Faculty Meeting # 107 – Vulnerable

  Hello and welcome to Faculty Meetings – The general advice and discussion podcasts from The Rpg Academy. This is Faculty Meeting # 107 – Vulnerable In this episode I am joined with Taylor from Riverhouse games (Member of The RPG Academy Network) as we discuss playing vulnerable characters.     NOTE: we do spend a bit more …

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Mar 30

The Campaigns : Wrought Iron Episode 20 : Manifest Destiny

Hello and welcome to The Campaigns, the Actual Play podcasts from The Rpg Academy. This is episode 20 of our newest DnD 5E actual play podcast. Wrought Iron In this episode, the party gets distracted by Deign’s desire to shop for furniture. Arhamie Mot played by Michael  (@TheRpgAcademy) Deign Seaborne played by Scott Brown (@geowtf) Cassander …

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Mar 29

Hacking and Reskinning Part 6 by TheCalebG and ThatOneGM

Hello students. This week, faculty member Andrew Young (@ThatOneGM) and I continue a series that should prove exciting and useful to you all. Enjoy! Movie Review Power Rangers was not a good movie, but it was a fantastic episode of the the Power Rangers TV show. It was jam-packed with love for the source material, and …

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Mar 29

Show and Tell 41 – Arcanis Campaign Setting for 5e

  Hello and welcome to Show & Tell # 41: Arcanis Campaign Setting for 5e Kickstarter. In this episode I speak with Henry, President and Lead Writer for Paradigm Concepts and Pedro AKA Stat Monkey Lead Rules Designer for their currently Kickstarter’ing Campaign Setting: Arcanis.   We recorded this episode 2 days into the campaign …

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Mar 28

Welcome to Detention – LIVE, Episode 13

Hello Academaniacs! Welcome to the long-awaited return of Detention!   Detention is sponsored by BattleBards and Easy Roller Dice. In this episode, Matt & Scott are joined by Shane V. aka @Mundangerous from the Total Party Thrill podcast. As usual, these episodes are a little more rough around the edges, with less editing to reflect a …

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Mar 23

Welcome to Detention – LIVE, Episode 12

Hello Academaniacs! Welcome to the long-awaited return of Detention!   Detention is sponsored by BattleBards and Easy Roller Dice. In this episode, Michael, Matt & Scott watch over the Academaniacs of a more hooliganism nature.   As usual, these episodes are a little more rough around the edges, with less editing to reflect a more conversational …

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Mar 22

Show and Tell 40 – A Garden in Hell and FAITH 2.0 Core book Kickstarter -Correct Audio

    Hello and welcome to Show & Tell # 40: A Garden in Hell and FAITH 2.0 Core Book Kickstarter.  In this episode I speak to Carlos (Game designer and art director for Burning Games) about their soon to be sold in US stores FAITH boxed set – A Garden in Hell.  The boxed set will retail …

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Mar 22

Hacking and Reskinning Part 5 by TheCalebG and ThatOneGM

Hello students. This week, faculty member Andrew Young (@ThatOneGM) and I continue a series that should prove exciting and useful to you all. Enjoy! We’ve covered hacking a rules-light system like Wushu, and we’ve covered hacking a rules-heavy system like D&D 5e. Today, we’re going to cover hacking systems that focus on building narrative, and we’ll …

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